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Underfunding nearly causes district wide paraeduacator strike

Ella Gage, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

No school. A potential result of a strike that never actually happened. District-wide, school could have been closed. Some of the most underpaid staff in the district may have gone another year without the money adequate to live...

Boy Scouts of Liberty: setting a daily example

Nick Vanni, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

Hiking, leadership training, rafting, and video games. These things may seem completely unrelated to each other, but as it turns out, they can all be brought back to one thing: Boy Scouts. They are just a few of the many events...

Teachers learn about Cultural Competency

Matthew Rubenstein, Online Editor

January 3, 2019

One might not expect it, but teachers do almost as much learning as their students. And one of their newest learning subjects is cultural competency. “Cultural competencies are really important for teachers to learn about,...

The magic of DECA WRLC

The magic of DECA WRLC

January 3, 2019

Giving crafts a cause

Lilianne Harris, Staff Writer

January 3, 2019

Junior Mallory Hicks squints in concentration, making sure the thread is securely tied to its needle. This is the first step of many required to sew by hand, and arguably one of the most important. But why, exactly, is she sewing?...

Q&A with the Technology Specialists:

Nick Vanni, Staff Writer

January 3, 2019

Daniel Dang Q: What four words would you use to describe yourself? A: Introspective, resourceful, observant, and thorough Q: What’s your go-to music genre? A: K-Pop is my go-to music. Q: What’s your most embarrassing moment? A:...

Teachers write book reviews

Emily Bassett, News Editor

December 20, 2018

We’ve all been there, frantically trying to print something in the library before the bell rings. However, few students take the time to look through the bookcases for something new to read. This holiday season, Mrs. Olsson...

PACMUN delegates bond over belly-dancing

Kelly Jinguji, Editor-in-chief

December 19, 2018

Senior Ryan Peene’s hips surely don’t lie. “Ryan Peene danced with a belly-dancer,” senior Model United Nations president Tatum Lindquist said. “Just one of the highlights of this year’s PACMUN.” For an adventure-filled...

Patriots share their passions and find their purpose

Mary Russell, Editor-in-chief

December 19, 2018

“When you have a purpose, something inside you lights up. Everyone has a purpose, but we have a hard time slowing down enough to find what our purpose is,” ASB Activity Coordinator Michelle Munson said. For the past three...

Gibson Ek builds community with all four grades present

Emily Bassett, News Editor

December 19, 2018

Throughout its three years of being open, Gibson Ek has made a name for itself as a school that reflects students’ interests and where they want to go. Because students get to be at internships two days of the week, it means...

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